The Sacramento Philharmonic will end a yearlong absence when it performs two April 10 children’s concerts at the Community Center Theater, part of a partnership with a Carnegie Hall program that brings music education to elementary-school children, including 23 schools in the Sacramento region. Participants are typically third- to fifth-graders who are introduced to orchestral music and are taught music on recorder or violin, or through voice lessons.
The Sacramento Philharmonic will end a yearlong absence when it performs two April 10 children’s concerts at the Community Center Theater, part of a partnership with a Carnegie Hall program that brings music education to elementary-school children, including 23 schools in the Sacramento region. Participants are typically third- to fifth-graders who are introduced to orchestral music and are taught music on recorder or violin, or through voice lessons. Kevin German Sacramento Bee file
The Sacramento Philharmonic will end a yearlong absence when it performs two April 10 children’s concerts at the Community Center Theater, part of a partnership with a Carnegie Hall program that brings music education to elementary-school children, including 23 schools in the Sacramento region. Participants are typically third- to fifth-graders who are introduced to orchestral music and are taught music on recorder or violin, or through voice lessons. Kevin German Sacramento Bee file

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Sacramento Philharmonic returns with Carnegie Hall-style concerts for kids

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